Industry leaders discuss issues that need to be factored upfront before organisations deploy connected ‘things’
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‘Our ultimate vision is for passengers to simply walk through the airport unencumbered’
‘Focus on seemingly unsolvable problems and don’t stop until you succeed’
“CIOs who know how to retain, inspire and lead Gen Zers will reap the rewards from their hard work, passion and disruptive ideas,” says Gartner.
But they also have to contend with a shaky economic outlook, a geopolitically complex threat landscape and further regulatory scrutiny, reports Forrester.
Robotic process automation was on their radar but is now a reality at the medical group, relates CEO Dr Lloyd McCann
Movers and shakers: Tracy Voice takes on chief digital officer role, new CIO post for Garry Collings
Tracy Voice takes up the chief digital officer role at Capital and Coast District Health Board after more than seven years as CIO at the Ministry for Primary Industries.
This will help create a platform to deliver smarter, more joined-up services to our residents in the future, says Richard Saunders, group manager transport at Dunedin City Council.
‘It is less about replacing human workers and more about augmenting and enabling them to make better decisions faster’
“Although an economic downturn is not the likely scenario for either 2019 or 2020, the risk is currently high enough to warrant preparation and planning,” advises John-David Lovelock of Gartner.
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